We Have Lost Our Minds When It Comes To Early Childhood Education.

Forbes | Peter Greene

Even if one feels the need to focus on data and numbers and value, the science is there to show that play brings measurable, quantifiable benefits for children.”

William Doyle and Pasi Sahlberg both stress the advantages of continuing children’s play in classroom settings, especially for children at a young age. With “learning loss” and falling behind” both being a top concern for schools, Doyle expresses that cutting back on children’s play and pressuring more academics can do more harm than good.

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